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​Dr. Sitah Alshutwi

ASSOCIATE DEAN, CLINICAL AFFAIRS​

Qualification/Specialty

        • PhD in Nursing, Nursing administration- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2016

        • Certified Item Author (CIA), Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, 2019  

        • Organizational Development Certificate Program (ODCP), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2016

        • Master of Science in Nursing, Kramer School of Nursing, Oklahoma City University, May, 2012 

        • Master of Medical Education, College of Medicine, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS), (expected graduation 2019). 

        • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, School of Nursing, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, December, 2007.   

 

Major Interests/ Working Fields

Nursing Workforce  

Workplace environment 

​Nursing Retention 

 

Recent research activities/ publications


Sitah Alshutwi. (2020). Senior Nursing Students and Interns’ Concerns and Willingness to Treat Patients with COVID-19: A Strategy to Expand National Nursing Workforce during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Risk Manag Healthc Policy. 2021;14:39-48 

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Eman Miligi & Sitah Alshutwi. ( 2019) The impact of Work stress on turnover intentions among palliative care nurses in Saudi Arabi. International Journal of Nursing. DOI: 10.15640/ijn.v6n2a8. ISSN 2373-7662  


Sitah Alshutwi. Haya Alkhanfari, Norah Sweedan (2019). The influence of Time Management Skills on Stress and Acedemic Performance levels Among Nursing. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice(10),1 DOI: 10.5430/jnep.v10n1p96


Sitah Alshutwi. (2017). Workplace Support and Turnover Intention: A Preliminary Conceptual Framework to Inform Practice and Research. Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 3(1). 


Sitah Alshutwi. (2017). The Influence of Supervisor Support on Nurses’ Turnover Intention. Health Systems and Policy Research, ISSN 2254-9137. DOI: 10.21767/2254-9137.100075 ​


Sitah Alshutwi, & Adel F Almutairi. (2016). Work-Family Conflict and the Role of Family Supervisor Support as a Promising Approach to Retain Qualified Nurses. Nursing and Care, 5. (1). 


Contact

Phone: +966 11 4299999 Ext: 99469

Email: shatwis@ksau-hs.edu.sa